Do I need to take a corona test when I travel to the Netherlands? (31-05-21)
Rules and regulations regarding testing and quarantine change all the time. To check the current rules and regulations you need to fill in the quarantine checklist : https://reizentijdenscorona.rijksoverheid.nl/en it is all depending on which country you are travelling from
Do I need to take a corona test when I travel within the EU or attend an event? (13-07-21)
Once you have arrived in the Netherlands and followed all the applicable rules and regulations in regards to your arrival and you would like to travel within the European Union or attend an event in the Netherlands, you will need to show a COVID Certificate, with a negative test result, proof of vaccination or proof of recovery. As from 1 July 2021, you can present these using the CoronaCheck app. For more information please visit: https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19/covid-certificate or https://www.testenvoortoegang.org/
Can I still travel to the Netherlands from outside of the EU for my studies at Fontys? (13-07-21)
In general Yes, you can still enter the Netherlands if you have a valid MVV or study visa (verblijfsvergunning). Please be aware of the specific Covid-19 rules for entering the Netherlands like a negative PCR test and quarantaine measures. Make sure to check the current rules for entering the Netherlands. You can also check this website: https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19/visiting-the-netherlands-from-abroad/exemptions-to-the-entry-ban
I live in Germany/Belgium but study/work at Fontys in the Netherlands, which rules apply for me? Which defines me as a border employee/student? (13-07-21)
Please check the current travel advice for each country. If quarantine rules apply in general border employee/student will be exempt.
I am a student and I am making preparations for a trip abroad. Can I go? (31-05-21)
Since 15th May the Dutch government lifted the general travel ban. According to the Fontys’ policy for international mobility, Fontys issues a 'no-go' for foreign trips to countries with an orange or red travel advice and translates this into a very urgent advice not to travel. You need to check the travel advice up until the day of your departure; the travel advice which showed green or yellow when your registered for going abroad might have changed just before you’re about to leave. Please also check the website www.fontys.edu/studyabroad for information about preparing you Study/internship Abroad.
I come back from a trip from an area where code 'orange' or code 'red' applies. What should I do? (31-05-21)
Rules for entering the Netherlands by any means of transportation change on a regular basis. Filling out forms, quarantaine rules and showing negative tests are measures that might likely apply. Before you start planning your travels you need to check the current rules and measures. You can check here: https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19/visiting-the-netherlands-from-abroad and fill out the quarantaine checklist https://reizentijdenscorona.rijksoverheid.nl/en
What should I do when I am abroad and the situation changes there? (31-05-21)
During your stay abroad, you must always follow the local guidelines, those of the RIVM, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the local authorities. You also need to keep your contact details up to date in Mobility Online and maintain (close) contact about your status with your coordinator Internationalization. Your coordinator will discuss with you what to do. Efforts will be made to avoid study delay. Please note: this only applies to the situation where the travel code advice was green or yellow when you left for you study/internship location. In case the travel code advice was orange or red you will not be given any study support and your stay abroad is fully at your own risk, i.e. in regards to study credits.
Can (group) study trips or internships abroad be planned again? (19-05-21)
Traveling and staying abroad is currently associated with many uncertainties, many additional measures (in advance, during and upon return) and large differences. For the most up-to-date travel advice, please visit www.nederlandwereldwijd.nl from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. For outbound mobility, we follow the international mobility decision tree which is closely related to the travel advice of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
For (group) study trips, the travel advice, the current rules for our society and those of the country of destination must of course be followed. We emphasize that the financial risks (e.g. repatriation, housing, etc.) lie with the student in question. Therefore, who will also inform you about other practical matters.
I cannot travel to the Netherlands because of the current travel/flight ban. What should I do? (22-01-21)
Please contact your study councillor, mentor or coordinator Internationalisation to discuss the situation.
What happens to my Erasmus+ scholarship if the travel advice changes and I can no longer stay abroad? (31-05-21)
Check updates for Erasmus+ Scholarship here